Definition of Glops

1. Noun. (plural of glop) ¹



2. Verb. (archaic) (third-person singular of glop) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Glops

1. glop [v] - See also: glop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glops

gloopier
gloopiest
gloopily
gloopiness
glooping
gloops
gloopy
glop
glope
glopped
gloppen
gloppier
gloppiest
glopping
gloppy
glops (current term)
glore
gloria
glorias
gloriation
gloriations
glorie
gloried
glories
glorieth
gloriette
glorification
glorifications
glorified
glorifier

Literary usage of Glops

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1. The Cultivatorby New York State Agricultural Society by New York State Agricultural Society (1858)
"... that the only bed-room on the main floor is required to be entered through the dining-room, and all the w-iter, glops, Ac., carried out through it. ..."

2. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1872)
"To speak indistinctly as children that have not learned to articulate properly.—Jam. Cat. parlar a glops, to gabble, ..."

3. A Dictionary, Hindustani & English: Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary by Duncan Forbes (1866)
"i¡ (pi. of Aa*uj)), middles, the period of a lunar mouth between the tenth and twentieth days. a. [ley (v. supl. glops). A. *.И1«н1 ati-asl, unripe corn, ..."

4. The New Student's Reference Work for Teachers, Students and Families by Chandler Belden Beach, Frank Morton McMurry (1917)
"... Rapide Plat, glops, Murray, Weiland and Sault Ste. Marie. (See articles.) Their aggregate length is 73 miles; total lockage (or height directly overcome ..."

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